In the synopsis of the movie, a canary, a male crow, in a moment of negligence and anger, shoots his wife with a gun and injures her eyes. The man’s family and friends warn him that his wife will take revenge on him if he stays at home. The silence between men and women has become chronic and continuous until the day comes when the task of this one-year silence must be clarified. Asghar Abdullahi, although experiencing his first film with “A Canary, a Crow”, knows cinema well. Just take a look at his career to see his name in some of the best recent works of Iranian cinema and along with some of the great filmmakers as a screenwriter. Writing the scripts of “Long Farewell”, “Stranger”, “Hibernation”, etc. are some of Abdullahi’s prolific career.

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